2 1/2 Stars
This book would make the perfect waiting room book.
The chapters are short, don't require much concentration and are mildly
entertaining. Not super entertaining but about as entertaining as anything else you might find on a waiting room table.
book reads like an "around the breakfast table " chat with relatives.
Kind of like, "remember that bus trip we took to Chicago and someones
stinky armpit was in your face the whole way?" and everyone laughs and
passes the box of cereal.
There's nothing earthshaking or
memorable about this, its somewhat amusing, somewhat off color and
somewhat forgetable. BUT! If you have to sit and wait in a school queue
to pick up your kids or visit the doctor, then I think this book may
deserve a place in your handbag.
MY RATING: PG
*I received a free copy of this book from the author in exchange for my honest opinion. Many thanks.